So I expected the final episode to be a big deal. A powerful episode that brings the whole family together to tie up all their loose ends and end the show with a bang. Instead, we get....just another regular episode. I guess stuff happened, but nothing that couldn't happen in a normal episode. Nobody died, nobody was born, nothing. However, the usual 7th Heaven messages were there...the reverend reveals how much he hates his daughter and wants to screw up his son's life, when he fantasizes about Mary acting like an idiot while she ruins Simon's wedding. What a great dad. Then the show ends with the "miracle" of every character in the show being pregnant with twins, and Hillary Duff's sister coming in to tell Simon something about her kid, but never revealing what it is, so it ends in a cliffhanger. Oh...but...oops, it's the last episode so we'll never see what happens. Obviously it's Simon's kid, but still.
Oh well, I'm still sad to see the show end. It taught me some important life lessons:
- Life is all about having as many kids as possible as quickly as you can.
- Do what religion says to do, even if it will ruin your life to do so.
- If you engage in premarital sex and doing drugs, bad things will happen to you, even if they are not directly related to the sex or drugs.
- Spying on your family and interfering with their lives, often behind their backs, is good parenting. It often results in hilarious situations and funky guitar music.
Bye 7th Heaven. I will miss you. Where can you go when the world don't treat you right? The answer is home. That's the one place you can find...7th Heaven. UUUUUUUUUNGH! , 7th Heaven.